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9:30am: Tea/coffee and welcome

10:00am: Introductions to journals (editors or collaborators) – Alfredo Saad Filho (Critical Sociology)

10:45am: Panel 1

Chair: Pedro Loureiro (SOAS) 

Nithya Natarajan (SOAS). 'Capital expansion and ecological “crisis” in Tamil Nadu: towards a socio-ecological method'. Tariq Jazeel (Antipode), Ben Fine (Journal of Southern African Studies, Development and Change and others)

Ed Yates (Leicester). Reproducing low wage labour: capital accumulation and young workers in Greater Manchester. Hannah Cross (Review of African Political Economy), Tariq Jazeel

Keston Perry (SOAS). 'Innovation vs industrial policies in the developing world: a tale of competing approaches in the neoliberal paradigm'. Ben Fine, Hannah Cross

12:15pm: Lunch

1:15pm: Panel 2

Chair – Paulina Tambakaki (Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster)

Antonia Settle, Sydney. 'Financial globalization and money: interrogating the link between monetary regimes, financial risk and formal financial participation in Pakistan'. Ben Fine, Alfredo Saad Filho

Heesang Jeon, SOAS. 'A critique of new growth theory: trapped between knowledge and growth'. Juan Grigera (Historical Materialism), Alfredo Saad Filho

Sahil Dutta, Sussex. 'Governing Finance: Debt management, monetary policy, and the City of London’s ‘Big Bang’'. Alfredo Saad Filho, Stuart Shields (Capital and Class)

2:45pm: Tea/coffee break

3pm: Panel 3

Chair – Nitasha Kaul (Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster)

Harry Pitts, Bath. 'Beyond the Fragment: The Postoperaist Reception of Marx’s Fragment on Machines and its Relevance Today'. Stuart Shields, Juan Grigera

Ezgi B Unsal, SOAS. 'Transition towards a finance-based housing provisioning in Turkey: How and why social reproduction is financialised?' Johnna Montgomerie (general expertise), Juan Grigera

B Bonizzi, C Laskaridis, J Toporowski, SOAS - 'Financing for development or developing finance? A new look at the aid policy of the European Union' Johnna Montgomerie, Stuart Shields

4:30pm: Close

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